Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Elegant Hot LSE:EHG London Ordinary Share GB00BWXSNY91 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 70.50p 69.00p 72.00p 70.50p 70.50p 70.50p 85,587.00 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 39.7 3.9 4.8 12.5 59.62

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Elegant Hot Daily Update: Elegant Hot is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EHG. The last closing price for Elegant Hot was 70.50p.
Elegant Hot has a 4 week average price of 71.08p and a 12 week average price of 70.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 119p while the 1 year low share price is currently 62.50p.
There are currently 84,571,428 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 196,535 shares. The market capitalisation of Elegant Hot is £59,622,856.74.
che7win: I can't see the latest three posts on my mobile, I guess they must be positive, just like the share price:-)Pound strengthening.
lbo: The Fortress Caribbean Property Fund Limited SCC - Development Fund realised a loss of $320,801 for the six months ended March 31st 2016 compared to a loss of $350,638 for the same period in 2015. The net asset value is $0.46 per share down from $0.48 a year earlier. The net assets are $24.91 million compared to $25.23 million for the financial year ended September 30, 2015. There were no asset sales during the six months ended March 31st 2016. The share price of the Development Share on the Barbados Stock Exchange (BSE) as at March 31st 2016 was $0.19, a discount of 58% to the net asset value
che7win: Spooky, it's quite simple. If you're a holder, you aren't allowed to be bullish here, even though that's what you believe and hence why you are invested. Anything positive is deemed a pump, it's not "ok for posters just to be bullish and ramp shares short term to specific price target". The view is that anyone posting recently is just a ramper looking for a pump and dump, after all, this company doesn't make money, doesn't pay a dividend and doesn't have assets. Err, maybe I'm wrong? If the chart becomes positive, that's not allowed, pumpers are at work; if falling, post negative articles at will and feel privileged to do so. You are allowed to post negatively to ensure vulnerable PIs with lots of money but no brains don't invest (just ignore the 20% that could have been made from last week). The idea is to keep them away from buying a 'bargain' and allow the bigger investment world to make stupid decisions. The motto - "yes I agree the shares could go up in the future but they can also still fall more". Please ignore the 9.5% yield, a NAV of ~180p, positive hotel reviews and P/E 7 (rising to ~9 next year). Especially ignore sophisticated buyers like Luke's 10% purchase this week, he has made a mistake because he just erm, has. One must conclude their is a better investment out there, I wish that would be stated to the gullible so I can go buy. PS: the 20% rise in the share price is rather an inconvenience. Ignore looking 1-2 years ahead, it's not within the rules, it just can't go up, right?
stemis: Shouldn't be a huge surprise. Vision are a PE outfit not an IT so will be looking to free their capital. Suggests a lot of the weakness in the price is due to this rather than general market sentiment. Once Vision are out we might see the share price reflect the underlying perception of EHG's value.
lbo: So you prefer to dismiss real hard facts as "doom and gloom" and you would rather we all believe your spin and ramping based on charts? Can we not have some realism on ADVFN? The real hard fact is whoever offloaded 10m shares could only do so at this valuation and not the IPO or supposed NAV valuation. We must question if Vision Capital with 23% of the shares are trying to exit and still have more to sell? And we must question if your subjective view is tied into all this or the fact you have bought a few shares yourself and now desperately need to suck others in so you can sell out for a few pence profit? Why bother to even tell us? Why did you not keep quiet and just buy yourself? How altruistic of you to share this turning point in the chart with all on ADVFN and the many other BBs you have spammed all at the same time. Please confirm you will be here for even just the medium term ie when the next profit warning comes? Or as we suspect you will tell us all after the fact that the charts told you to sell out and you will sail quietly off into the sunset with your few pence earned at others expense. Amazing how the chartists always have something to tell us in the absence of upcoming news or just after some real fundamental news. Have you ever visited Barbados or any of the Hotels? Do you know anything about the high debt to GDP ratio of the country? Or about the possibility of it having to enter an IMF programme? Have you even spoken to anyone on the island who can tell you about the impact Zika is having on a certain demographic that usually stays in the Elegant Hotels? Your comparison to Ebola and West Africa shows how little you know about the small Bajan economy and how reliant it is on Tourism especially from the UK and a certain demographic of couples and family's who are of child bearing age. I agree Zika was having a smaller impact on the older demographic yet now many with an underlying Medical condition are being advised not to travel to Barbados with the newly discovered risks of Neurological disorders eg GBS and Zika. And yes Ebola was worse in terms of mortality rates but do you really think highly educated people would put themselves or more importantly their unborn children at risk for the sake of a Carribean holiday when so many other Zika free places in the world exist? So if you are not going to bother doing any real fundamental research and just rely on charts then at least read what the CDC,WHO and more importantly travel agents are saying about Zika to tourists. Or even for that matter just look at what the company itself is saying about its bookings falling. And I note you have not once mentioned GBP/USD? Do you even know what the significance of that is on Barbados and Elegant Hotels? Amazing how your technical chart abilities can't call any reversal in something which would probably have a much greater and real long term impact on bookings then just you trying to profit at others expense from supposedly predicting a few pence of a dead cat bounce in the Elegant Hotels share price.
orinocor: There are some good, well-balanced posters on here but LBO is definitely not one of them. He just seems to trawl the internet looking for every negative article he can find. Then he says its only the dividend that is stopping the share price collapsing without mentioning the share price has already collapsed 40%.
lbo: Salchow I am sure you do want your share of profits but the debt is also due to start capital repayments in the new year and along with the fact that it's all floating rate and dollar denominated then it's interest costs will also be rising. Add in the falling eps and the rise in costs and cap ex going forward and we can all see why the dividend was paid sooner rather then later especially as it's probably the only thing supporting the share price at the moment.
lbo: They knew if they cut the dividend now the share price would plummet further so they held it. Not sure this was prudent with sterling continually falling and a hard Brexit now on the cards starting early next year and lasting up to 2 years. Also the IMF having to go into Barbados is not a positive for Barbados asset values.
stemis: Surely this has an element of a property company about it. On that basis the key ratios are tNAV per share = 177p (at current exchange rate) cp to share price of 75.5p. Net LTV of 21% so pretty low. Dividend yield of 9.3%. Dividend cost is $8.2m. It would take quite a fall in profits for this to become uncovered and I'm guessing that even then the company could cover it for a while from debt.
winsome147: One or two posters have no shares in EHG but have a real downer on them on here. Why not focus energy on companies that do interest you? Luckily Zika news became big before the quite season started in Caribbean. Hopefully once the busy winter season starts much of the current short term problems will have been mitigated. Would I buy EHG now? No. But I wouldn't sell either. I have quite a few commercial property funds and Reits that are performed solidly through the market turmoil and they have higher debts and lower and less covered dividends than EHG. I bought these with a view to holding for years. Will I look at these in 5 yrs time and be happy with the share price and reaped dividends? I think and hope so. The BBC Millionares Club programme focuses on Barbados next episode. Being a dominant player, one or two of EHG's hotels might feature.
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